I tried to transplant a 6' Dogwood over the winter. I got some of the
near-surface feeder roots so it would have a chance.
(I am located near Raleigh NC)
The tree still has lots of green twigs. Only a few twigs and small
limbs have turned brown.
But it has not leafed out. No sign of leafing out as of May.
I want to know if it is just dormant, rebuilding its roots, or is it
I am a patient type, but my wife is nagging me to replace it. I might
convince her to give it another year if I find some source of hope.
Should I give up on it or wait till next year?